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- 2 years
My boyfriend recently acquired a 30 gallon saltwater setup with a few fish, corals, and a ton of mature rock. However, there is a large anemone who has decided to settle on the top center rock taking up a lot of light and valuable real estate for coral. It also has stung him several times and has broken the skin when it has done so, so he really wants to get rid of it. I can't really blame him--but it is a very healthy and attractive anemone--mostly flesh colored with intense purple tips on each tentacle, a bit larger than softball sized. I'm wondering if anyone knows how to safely convince the anemone to let go of his home rock so that it can be taken to a local marine specialist fish store. Thanks!